England have unveiled their new home shirt ahead of Wednesday's friendly against the Netherlands.
The national team will take to the pitch in the first ever solely white and red England kit against the Dutch at Wembley.
The colours are said to be inspired by the St. George's flag. A stripe under the collar, meanwhile, references Sir Alf Ramsey's famous jacket, worn when England won the World Cup in 1966.
The outgoing England jersey has been worn in just 11 matches, making it the least used strip the country has ever produced.
Since wearing the kit released in 2005 for 20 matches, the usage of each edition has gradually decreased. The 2007 and 2009 releases were worn for 17 and 14 matches respectively.
The new kit goes on sale on February 29 and will be worn at Euro 2012.
The England squad to face the Netherlands will be announced on Thursday, with Stuart Pearce taking control of the team as the FA continues its search for a permanent replacement for Fabio Capello.
Young stars Tom Cleverley, Jack Rodwell and Daniel Sturridge, all of whom have featured for Pearce at under-21 level, could feature in the match at Wembley.
A host of names have been linked with the vacant England job but bookies favourite Harry Redknapp could well be watching the friendly more intently than most.
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